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Basics of Biblical Greek Vocabulary

Narrated by: William D. Mounce
Length: 46 mins
Categories: Languages, Other Languages
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At last, a convenient and immensely useful learning companion for students of New Testament Greek. Designed for use with Basics of Bibical Greek Grammar, this audio program helps you master all the vocabulary words in the textbook, lesson by lesson. Hearing the Greek words properly pronounced simplifies your learning process. Basics of Bibical Greek Vocabulary includes these features:

  • Words given in order of Basic Bibical Greek Grammar lessons
  • Each word spoken slowly and clearly, with time after it for you to give the meaning
  • All words given in lexical form
©2006 William D. Mounce (P)2006 The Zondervan Corporation

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great way to learn biblical vocabulary

I have the books, and the workbook. There is a free youtube series related to this as well. Bill Mounce brings you through the most common Greek words so that you should be able to recognize over 80% of the instances of words in the New Testament.

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  • Connor Fredrickson
  • 07-09-18

Audible formatting could be improved

This is just one 45 minute long recording. On the CD it has each chapter divided as a song, but that's not an option for audible. So if you're in chapter 20 you have to scroll through the whole thing to try to find and then listen to it once, then rewind until you get back to the start of the chapter. Kind of tedious but I'd still say worth having because worst case scenario you get a look ahead to the next chapter or a review of the previous.

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  • Subscribe&SaveRocks!
  • 01-08-18

Excellent audible that helps you study Greek

Excellent audible that helps you study Greek
You can listen to it as you drive

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  • Joseph Benhardt
  • 21-07-17

Mounce is da man

but he admits he lacks proper pronunciation of words deliberately, ....? I'll get over it.

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